The Rose Hotel Chicago Officially Opens, Celebrating with Special Guest Elizabeth O’Byrne

  • The Rose Hotel Chicago Officially Opens, Celebrating with Special Guest Elizabeth O’Byrne

     
    POSTED November 26, 2018
     

The Rose Hotel Chicago O’Hare, Tapestry Collection by Hilton officially opened this holiday season on November 15 while honoring veteran Elizabeth O’Byrne in conjunction with Veterans Day. O’Byrne and her family received the first guest special experience at the hotel’s grand opening event.

Rosemont’s first boutique hotel provided O’Byrne and her family with a memorable first guest visit. This experience included a complimentary stay and meal for O’Byrne and her family. The Rose Hotel Chicago O’Hare also offered O’Byrne a $100 gift card, goody bags for her grandchildren and complimentary Dave and Buster’s play cards.

The event included speeches from The Rose Hotel’s general manager, Micaela Haas, and honorary first guest and veteran of the United States Army, Elizabeth O’Byrne. The Rose Hotel Chicago O’Hare is the closest off-airport hotel to O’Hare Airport and provides guests with the first ever Tapestry Collection experience. 

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